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Re: Teaching methods

Subject: Re: Teaching methods
by Masatoki on 2006/3/10 21:08:42

First of all, again tanks a lot to everyone gave me information or/and advices.
I have understood that Bujinkan training method is really peculiar.

With regard to this fact, I can say now that having a previous experience in more "standard" martial arts might be (imho) not necessarily an advantage.

Actually, I felt that something wasn't responding to the mental pattern I had already gotten: this is the cause -I suppose - that made me feel a discomfort.

Anyway, my problem wasn't studying few techniques, on the contrary too many and - ever imho - not very much related.
Moreover, I've seen very effective techniques, but often no more than a pair of times.
So I asked to myself: could I use them if I were under a real attack?

The answer was, simply: I don't know at all.
Of course, even if I'd seen a technique several times I couldn't be sure to be able do use it effectively...
A classic question, no doubt!
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